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Lucie's latest release ‘Found My Home’ offers up a melting pot of Southern Rock, Blues and Country that draws its influences from the likes of the Allman Brothers and Lynyrd Skynyrd as well as more modern touches of RaeLynn and Miranda Lambert. It is a musing on time spent on the road, finding her spiritual home in Muscle Shoals, Alabama and reflects [with a longing sense of nostalgia] on the places most enjoyed during Lucie’s USA travels. Nashville, Florence (Alabama), Memphis, and the Mississippi Delta all feature in ‘Found My Home’.
Lucie Tiger's newest single is a reimagined version of the Jimi Hendrix classic, played entirely on piano (including Hendrix's soaring guitar solo) and recorded whilst on tour in Nashville. Aidan Prewett, author of Our Jimi, An Intimate Portrait Of Jimi Hendrix, described it as "a major accomplishment to bring fresh energy to a genuine classic, and Lucie Tiger not only pulls it off - she soars.”
Gasoline encompasses Lucie Tiger's love of country and her own brand of 'Roadtrip Americana'. These are songs written on the road and recorded on the road, whilst on tour in the US at FAME Studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama. Country music news site, High on Country, called it "chock-full of swagger and toe-tapping catchiness". The title track, Gasoline, and Greenwood are rollicking rides, Heartbreak is an anthem for those wanting to forget a breakup and Perfect rounds out the EP, showing Lucie's softer side with a love song about relationships being perfectly imperfect.
'Apple Tree' and it's old-school B-side 'Baby Don't You Go' come complete with slide guitar and organ showing off Lucie's country side and love of the genre. Happy Mag described the double single as "steeped in classic country charm" and the two tracks as "a sublime example of romantic, guitar-driven tunes".